GENE BANKS

Gene banks are a type of biorepository that preserves genetic material. For plants, this is done by in vitro storage, freezing cuttings from the plant, or stocking the seeds. All gene banks have the responsibilities of acquiring the most important plant materials for their region without undue duplication; successfully treating and storing samples; maintaining and regenerating the collection without losing or changing genetic material (e.g. by mixing or mislabeling seed samples.

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